The Gran Canaria Bath Fashion Week has welcomed its consecrated designers this Friday, who on this occasion have had an exceptional holder, Guillermina Baeza, and other names with such established trajectories as Aurelia Gil, while top-level models such as Helen Lindes, Águeda López, Juan Betancourt and Toni Engonga have been in charge of bringing the collections to life on the imposing circular screen that crowns the spectacular staging of the 2020 edition.
The lights were turned on to start this second day flooded by the same nerves and emotion as the first day with the TCN collection, a world reference in swimwear and in charge of opening the catwalk that is held in Maspalomas under the co-organization of the Cabildo from Gran Canaria and IFEMA. The firm, faithful to its origins, has opted for its characteristic bohemian style and without fanfare, and with San Remy and the lavender fields of La Provence as the common thread of the spring summer 2021 collection, and protagonists of a story of unique moments in the ones the TCN woman wears for a light summer.
Next, Chela Clo and Diazar took the catwalk with a double parade that did not leave the audience indifferent. The former presented its Discordant Retro Vibes collection, which embraces current trends in New York youth fashion inspired by the 90s. Diazar, for his part, opted for black as the leitmotif of The New Black, by Diazar collection.
Guillermina Baeza, an exceptional guest, took the catwalk unveiling a collection born from the magic of Tangier. The colors evoke nature: the blues lead to the sea, and the orange, raw and mauve, to a sunset at the Haffa cafe.
Baeza was followed by Carlos San Juan and Gottex. The first, to design his collection, has explored the way in which the tension cables manage to support the most spectacular structures, giving them at the same time an extraordinary beauty. Gottex presented a collection with novel techniques, avant-garde shapes and a variety of new textures and soft fabrics.
Tulle and fantasy were the stars of the Aurelia Gil fashion show, in charge of closing the day. Its collection is full of spectacular looks, pure and without artifice, with swimwear as the protagonists, but also others that are fully structured that use the swimwear as a base on which to create a label look, a perfect combination to close the show. .
The designers of the 2020 edition of #GranCanariaSwimWeekbyMC
Until Saturday, October 24, the Canarian catwalk will host the parades of the Canarian firms Diazar, Palmas, Carlos San Juan, Maldito Sweet, Lucas Balboa, Chela Clo, Nuria González, Arcadio Domínguez and Aurelia Gil; along with Kokú Kids, Ladybug’s Cris and It Child in the children’s category.
Likewise, the catwalk has the participation of leading firms from the national and international sector such as TCN, Bannana Moon, Livia, Guillermina Baeza, Carlos San Juan, Gottex, Aurelia Gil, Dolores Cortés, Como un Pez en el Agua, Emphasis, All Sisters , All That
She Loves, Palmas, Miss Bikini and Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada; together with the children’s brands Fátima Rodríguez, Bannana Moon Kids, Dolores Cortés Kids, Cosas de Mon and Belle & Rebel.
Zafra ‘, by Laut
The Canarian designer was recognized by a specialized jury and will receive a course in Fashion and Creativity at the ISEM Fashion Business School institute, sponsor of the award
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, October 23, 2020.- The Gran Canaria Bath Fashion Week has awarded the prize for the Best Emerging Collection 2020 Zafra de Laut “for its impeccable workmanship, its international projection and innovative styling”, as considered the jury made up of Nuria de Miguel, director of the catwalk, Pepa Bueno, member of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid Fashion Committee, Esther García, artistic and casting director of Esma and Laura Ugalde, director of the magazine specialized in fashion bathroom CYL Intimate Fashion.
The Canarian designer, who received the award sponsored by the ISEM Fashion Business School institute, from the general director of the Council of Industry of the Cabildo, Juan Manuel Gabella, and the director of the catwalk, Nuria de Miguel, will have the opportunity to perform a course in Fashion and Creativity at ISEM itself.
Laut presents itself as a brand that speaks its own language and addresses an independent, elegant and surprising woman between 25 and 45 years old, who leaves no one indifferent. A different style and alternative to fashion through attractive designs with which women can establish an affective bond with which they feel confident.
The Zafra collection is inspired by a story full of life, struggle and hope. Dedicated to all those women who, after the war, assumed a fundamental role in raising their families. Strong women, women without hours, who worked digging furrows, planting seeds, packing tomatoes. Women who inspired the next generations, with a history painted red. And that today, with his legacy, they remind us that despite the circumstances we have enough strength to move forward. This collection consists of 19 women’s looks, where fabrics transport us to the past and prints evoke that part of our landscape, our agriculture, our history.